Use caution when travelling on the slick city streets and blustery highways in southern Manitoba this morning.
Manitoba Highways is reporting snow-covered highways, swirling snow and low visibility on highways heading west all the way to Saskatchewan, and east up to Hadashville.
There there are no highway closures as of 7:30 a.m.
Snow is expected to end late this morning in Winnipeg, then it will be cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of flurries. About two centimetres of snow are expected. The high is expected to hit -15 C but it will feel like -30 with wind chill.
Tonight will be overcast with an expected low of -21 C but the wind chill making it feel like -28 C.
Wednesday will be cloudy in the morning but clearing in the afternoon with a high of -17 C expected.